Dosing refers to the amount of a substance administered to an individual. JuJu Royal products contain advice for dosing on the labels. For example, on our Exotic Royal Gummies, the label advises the consumer to take one 25mg gummy, wait up to one hour and increase the dosage if necessary. Dosing can become complicated because it depends on a variety of factors including body weight, goal of consumption, body chemistry, and the advised dosing of the specific CBD product. The dosing amount advised for a product will vary based on the type of product and consumption method.
CBD is a bi-phasic compound, which means significantly higher or lower doses can have opposite effects on the body and it is therefore recommended to remain in the realm of the advised dose provided for the CBD product. It is wise to start small before going big with CBD. This allows you to monitor and track your progress steadily so that you can achieve the desired effects and have an enjoyable experience. Starting slow will also help you learn about your unique tolerability to CBD.
CBD can be consumed in a variety of ways, all of which impact how the body will absorb CBD. Check out the JuJu Royal blog, “CBD Absorption,” to learn more about the different ways CBD can be consumed and the significance related to each form of administration. Different terminology and doses will depend on the CBD product. When consuming an oil, a dropper will most likely be used and the doses will be referred to as “drops.” The advised dose for JuJu Royal tinctures are referred to as “drops” and the drops are defined by the amount of product they contain in mg.
A 2019 study discovered that diet can have an effect on the amount of CBD absorbed by the body. Angela Birnbaum, a professor in the College of Pharmacy and study co-author explains how, “. . .although fatty foods can increase the absorption of CBD, it can also increase the variability as not all meals contain the same amount of fat.” There is still ongoing research related to CBD, so it is important to stay up-to-date on topics relevant to your goals. CBD dosage studies have been designed to understand how the goal of consumption and amount correlate. A 2020 review of studies discovered that anxiety levels improved based on single doses of CBD ranging from 300-600 mg.
A variety of studies have proven CBD to be non-toxic and sufficiently tolerated by the human body. It has generally been concluded that a human can consume around 1500mg of CBD without concern, but consuming more can lead to undesirable side effects like nausea, diarrhea, fatigue or change in appetite. This is an abnormally large amount of CBD consumption and researchers have acknowledged that consuming too much CBD is a difficult feat to accomplish.
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